Da Vinci Manor Guest House (Gatwick)
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... distinctly bitter but drinkable, or at least better half thought so. As with all easy jet flights you wait for the gate to show and then 10 seconds later it's closing...bring on the slight sprint for the gate. The Plane is full, no shock there, but surprisingly noisy. Despite my usage of headphones at full blast I still can't drown out the shrill tone of a family of East Asians fighting for noise supremacy against the over excited bawdy rants of a ...
... to Waterford in Ireland. Landed in Ireland a beautiful place. Reminds me of New Zealand. Went to Waterford Crystal and left without breaking anything. Amazing and you can see why they cost what they do. We travelled on to Blarney Castle where I kissed the Blarney Stone and then to Kenmare. Thursday we drove the Ring of Kerry and went on a horse cart ride through Killarney. Then continued along the ring of Kerry back to Kenmare before going for a boat trip and out ...
... me there for lunch. They loved it! Amazing food and coffee and chocolates etc. Following this we met Tony and Charlie who had been to M & M world, London's biggest toy shop and Ripleys Believe it or Not. They had a great time and it was a good balance for Charlie from the old castles, churches and houses and was pumped about the day. Probably wont remember any of the historical stuff but will remember the toy shop where they had life ...
... the multitude of Chrismas lights, mostly rubbish, and awesome shops we passed. Barcelona is defiantly on the list of places to visit again. If only next time we could go to a game...
... color: rgb(219, 237, 254);">That evening we headed to a close restaurant, in search of a quick feed and subsequently an early night. We entered the restaurant and asked if we could look at the menu to which the lady moaned and groaned a no.